211 Design and Optimization of Environmentally Sustainable Advanced Fossil Energy Systems

Monday, November 14, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Van Ness (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
The objective of this session is to present new computational approaches for the design of environmentally sustainable, advanced fossil energy systems. The resulting systems should significantly reduce GHG emissions, improve water management and minimize life cycle environmental impacts, while being cost effective. The computational approaches should include multi-criteria optimization, process synthesis, and process intensification through the use and development of rigorous process models. Of particular interest are novel, integrated fossil energy systems which go well beyond current state of the art. Novel systems employing transformational carbon capture systems, advanced fuel cells, and chemical looping are also of interest.

Advances in Fossil Energy R&D
Fossil Fuels & CCS (T4G)

David C. Miller
Email: david.miller@netl.doe.gov

Michael Matuszewski
Email: michael.matuszewski@pitt.edu

4:12 PM
(211d) Thermodynamic Modeling and Uncertainty Quantification of CO2-Loaded Aqueous MEA Solutions
Joshua Morgan, Anderson Soares Chinen, Benjamin Omell, Debangsu Bhattacharyya, Charles Tong and David C. Miller

5:09 PM
(211g) Optimal Design and Operation of Hybrid CO2 Capture Systems
Miguel Zamarripa, John Eslick, Andrew Lee, Olukayode Ajayi, Zachary Wilson, Nick Sahinidis and David C. Miller
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